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Wireless combo SoC targets IoT & wearable applications

A wireless combo SoC, designed for the growing IoT and wearable markets, has been released by Atmel. The WILC3000 wireless link controller, which expands the company’s SmartConnect wireless portfolio, combines WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth Smart-ready technologies with Atmel’s patented adaptive co-existence engine in a 4.1x4.1mm WLCSP. 
12th January 2015

WiFi module enables photo & video capture nano platform

To provide secure, onboard WiFi technology for its ZANO nano drone, an aerial photography and HD video capture nano platform which allows users to capture and share photographs and video content instantly, Torquing Group has tapped Lantronix. 
9th January 2015

AC2000 router offers 4x4 802.11ac for 5GHz WiFi

A solution designed for the Ethernet retail router market has been introduced by Lantiq and Quantenna Communications. Combining Quantenna’s QSR1000 4x4 802.11ac with Lantiq’s GRX300 communications processor family, the AC2000 solution provides high performance WiFi technology to the mid-range Ethernet retail router market. 
8th January 2015


Audio platform powers Google Cast Ready wireless speakers

Denon Electronics has selected the Broadcom high-end audio platform to power a line of HEOS Google Cast Ready multi-room wireless speakers. Google Cast allows users to cast their favourite music apps via any Android or iOS mobile device and their home WiFi network. This announcement coincides with Google's introduction of Google Cast for audio.
7th January 2015

HEVC set-top box SoC devices fit compact HDMI stick

HEVC set-top box SoC devices fit compact HDMI stick
Broadcom has introduced the world's first HEVC Set-Top Box (STB) SoC devices with integrated MHL 2.0. Broadcom's BCM7250 and BCM72502 chips bring full-featured set-top box functionality to compact HDMI stick and popular streaming media player box formats, allowing carriers to deliver services wirelessly anywhere in the home, while taking up less space and with fewer wires with MHL powering.
7th January 2015

Wireless power receiver boosts output voltage to 7-12V/1A

Designed as 10W wireless power solutions for smartphones, tablets and mobile accessories using the Qi Standard Low Power Specifications version 1.1, the TC7765WBG wireless power receiver IC and TB6865AFG transmitter IC have been released by Toshiba Electronics Europe.
6th January 2015

802.11ac Wave 2 WiFi chip/SoC portfolio is expanded

802.11ac Wave 2 WiFi chip/SoC portfolio is expanded
Targeting manufacturers of high performance and mass market retail routers, wireless cable/DSL/PON gateways and Set-Top Boxes (STBs), Broadcom has announced an expanded portfolio of 5G WiFi chips and SoC devices. The 802.11ac offerings enable OEMs to design products to meet growing consumer demand for streaming HD content wirelessly across multiple devices in the home.
6th January 2015

Charging towards fewer cables

Wireless charging provides a convenient way for users to charge all their mobile devices simultaneously, as a result deployment is growing. By David Zelkha, Managing Director, Luso Electronics
23rd December 2014

ICs enable wireless charging in 'Cube' remote control

ICs enable wireless charging in 'Cube' remote control
Compliant with the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) 1.1 Qi specification, Integrated Device Technology's magnetic induction transmitter and receiver solutions have been selected by 4MOD Technology for its innovative 'Cube' remote control. IDT’s wireless power chips are enabling wireless charging in the remote, which allows users to control all functions of their entertainment centre, such as TV, video, music and radio, with a few simple gestures.
19th December 2014

Platform supports connection to online music service

Platform supports connection to online music service
To deliver HD- and true CD-quality audio directly to wireless speakers and AV receivers, the Microchip JukeBlox Platform now supports Qobuz Connect. By using the Qobuz Connect, users can stream audio from cloud servers rather than from a phone, tablet and audio devices. 
18th December 2014


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